All healthcare professionals within Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust have access to BMJ Case Reports.
BMJ Case Reports helps you to easily find clinically important information on common and rare conditions. Since launching in 2008, there are more than 17,000 case reports that are currently available from authors in more than 70 countries.
Many valuable case reports don’t get published, and authors often experience the difficulty of publishing them in mainstream journals. This inspired BMJ to launch BMJ Case Reports, and has quickly become the largest single online repository of medical cases, providing an invaluable educational resource for healthcare professionals everywhere. BMJ Case Reports allows you to submit as many case submissions as you like, which are rapidly peer reviewed and all accepted articles are copy edited to ensure accuracy and consistency before publication.
What are the BMJ editors looking for?
- Healthcare workers, including medical students and junior doctors, must find the cases to be relevant, engaging and a valuable learning resource
- Valuable clinical or ethical lessons
- Common cases that present a diagnostic, ethical or management challenge, or that highlight aspects of mechanisms of injury, pharmacology or histopathology
Access BMJ Case Reports and start publishing your research today: casereports.bmj.com (SWBH OpenAthens account required).
To submit a case report please ask the Library Service for the fellowship number for the trust.